EHS Students Win Emmy Award
Three EHS seniors were awarded a Regional Emmy on Tuesday, May 7th by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (http://www.natasmid-atlantic.org/scholarship.php). Megan Famularo, Christina Cilento, and Isaiah Zukowski created a video about the dangers of distracted teen driving for a class project in Communications 2. Click here to view the award winning video.
Hamilton Crossings Revised Tax Increment Financing Plan
EPSD Summer Fitness Program 2013
Fitness camp is a five-week program available for students entering grades 1-6. The camp will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from July 9 through August 8 at Willow Lane Elementary. Parents/Guardians will have to provide their own transportation. For more information, please download the flyer
2013 Camp LCTI
From culinary arts to computer maintenance; interior design to digital photography, camp LCTI has something for your 5th - 8th grade student. Download the camp flyer (PDF).
Valley Youth House Family Respite
Respite services for parents of Lehigh County Residents ages birth to 21 with a documented health diagnosis, including behavioral disorders, mood disorders, Autism Spectrum disorders and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorders are available through a program sponsored by Valley Youth House. Click here for more information
2013-14 Approved School Calendar
EHS Update – Preventing Future Disruptions
Message from Dr. Thomas L. Seidenberger, Superintendent of Schools:
While fully cooperating with the investigation being conducted by the Emmaus Borough Police, it is imperative that East Penn continues to maintain a calm and productive educational environment. There is a systematic and thorough approach to the investigative process which needs to run its course while the EHS administration continues to provide our students, faculty, and staff a learning environment free of distractions. Our objective is to always provide open and honest communication with our students, parents, faculty and staff. We will continue to speak with our students about their responsibilities as members of the school wide community, and ask them for their assistance in maintaining a safe and productive school environment. As parents, you can help us by speaking with your children about this incident, encouraging them to come forward with any helpful information and monitoring your child’s Facebook and Twitter accounts notifying us immediately if you discover any information that may help us to prevent future disruptions to the educational environment, as well as assist law enforcement in identifying any and all individuals involved.
East Penn School District Transportation Study
This report examines all aspects of the East Penn School District transportation system and includes a compilation of key data relative to various aspects of the transportation system. Click here to download the complete report.
2013/14 Budget Information
Information and files concerning the 2013/14 budget, including the Budget Outlook Presentation and the Official Statement for GOB2013, are now available on the Budget webpage
Severe Weather Bus Routes